Cartoonist Renald Luzier, a.k.a. Luz, left, flanked by columnist Patrick Pelloux, holds up the new issue of the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo during a news conference Tuesday in Paris six days after the magazine's offices were struck by a deadly rampage by Islamist militants.
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A woman makes a silent statement for a free press while joining thousands of people who gathered in Berlin to honor the 17 victims who died during three days of bloodshed in Paris last week.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Markus Schreiber / Associated PressLink
Mourners in Jerusalem weep during the funeral of four Jews who were killed in an Islamist attack on a kosher supermarket in Paris last week and whose bodies were flown to Israel for burial.
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A girl walks past the expansive sidewalk memorial to victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack outside the offices of the magazine in Paris.
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The new Lexus GS F is introduced at the North American International Auto Show 2015 at the Cobo Arena in Detroit.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: LARRY W. SMITH / EPALink
Ohio State fans block High Street in Columbus, Ohio, early Tuesday, as they celebrate the Buckeye's 42-20 win over Oregon to win the college football national championship.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Paul Vernon / Associated PressLink
1½-year-old Aryah McFall walks with her mother, Lois Beegle, in the 2015 Farm Show Square Dance Parade in Harrisburg, Pa.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mark Pynes / PennLive.comLink
Max Dickstein stands with other supporters of Ross Ulbricht, the alleged creator and operator of the Silk Road underground illegal drug market, in front of a Manhattan courthouse on the first day of jury selection for his federal trial in New York City.
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A passenger struggles to squeeze aboard a train as a bus strike snarled the morning commute in London. Bus drivers held a 24-hour strike calling for better pay and working conditions.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA / EPALink
Trees are silhouetted in front of the rising sun over the horizon in Hajdusamson, Hungary.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: ZSOLT CZEGLEDI / EPALink
United Nations security staff eject journalists, some wearing black tape over their mouths to signify silencing of the media, as they stage a protest about the continued detention of three Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt, during a visit by Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri to the U.N. office in Nairobi, Kenya.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ben Curtis / Associated PressLink
Papers of students who took the national college entrance exam of higher academy of fine arts are laid out on the floor for inspection in Xi'an, China.
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Commuters in Manila wait at a bus stop in front of a portrait of Pope Francis, who is scheduled to visit the Philippines, the only predominantly Catholic nation in Asia, next week.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Bullit Marquez / Associated PressLink
A biohazard suit designed to protect medical workers from the Ebola virus is tested at a medical center in Daejeon, South Korea. Last week, South Korea sent five doctors and four nurses to Britain for safety training before they fly on to Sierra Leone for a four-week mission. Seoul plans to send a total of 30 medical staff members to Sierra Leone.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: YONHAP / EPALink
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